Prophet Nigel Gaisie, a controversial Ghanaian prophet and the leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, has declared that he will refrain from making prophecies about certain singers, regardless of any divine revelations he may receive. The Prophet expressed a sense of betrayal by artists like Shatta Wale, Fameye, and Okyeame Kwame, whom he had prayed for to advance in their careers.
According to Prophet Nigel Gaisie, these artists, now successful, have turned against him and even encouraged their fans to insult him whenever he shares prophetic messages about them. Speaking on Accra-based Peace FM, he stated, “Even if God reveals anything about them to me, I will not say it. If I see anything about them, I will simply offer a spiritual seed and remain silent. There is no way I will reveal something about Shatta Wale or Okyeame Kwame; I won’t speak it, regardless of any prompting from the Holy Spirit.”
He further explained, “I won’t do it because someone like Shatta Wale, back when he was known as Bandana, his mother used to bring pictures to my church for us to pray for him extensively. However, after God elevated their careers, they have shown resistance to our prophetic messages. Fameye was like a son to me when I was at Mile 7. He used to attend my church, and I even anointed him with oil. But after achieving success, he started covering his head when he came to the church premises. So, why would I reveal a prophecy about Fameye under these circumstances?”
It’s worth noting that Prophet Nigel Gaisie recently gained attention for a doomsday prophecy, which many believed pointed to BET-winning singer Black Sherif, although he maintained that it wasn’t the ‘Kwaku the Traveler’ hitmaker.